Ok, it's time for a new game, folks.
This is a trivia quiz, with a twist. You can use online search tools to devise a trivia question and to attempt to find the answer.
Before you can post a trivia question of your own, you must provide an answer in reply to a previous question. You must know the answer to your question (either through your knowledge or your online research). You must also think you are sure of your answer before posting a reply and a follow up question. You must provide a follow up question with each answer. No guessing!
The idea here is to come up with questions and answers that do not typically appear in trivia quizzes because the knowledge is so obscure that no one would know the answer without a little google help.
For example: How many children did Christopher Columbus have? (I don't have the faintest clue, but I would have to look this up and be able to answer it before I could post it as a question.)
Another example: What is quadrotiticale? (Thanks, Moly!)
Here are three questions to get us started. You can pick one and answer it (or answer someone else's question later in the thresd) and ask a trivia question of your own.
1. What color paint would you get if you mixed an equal mixture of red paint, yellow paint and blue paint?
2. At what age and from what did Alexander the Great die?
3. Have physicists successfully conducted teleportation experiments using matter with mass?